Review: Illumination (Eve #4) by A. L. Waddington


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Can time predict the future?
In the gripping conclusion of the bestselling EVE series, Jocelyn and Jackson come face to face with the challenges of living combined lives on both planes. While Jackson struggles under the demands of his chosen profession, Jocelyn discovers hidden branches on the family tree. But the more she uncovers, the deeper she finds herself and her family in an uncharted realm that no one considered a possibility. Is it possible for EVE to not only skip around with family members but also switch branches? Can someone be someone in one era and hold an entirely different relation in another?
The happy couple soon learns that a branch, like time, has the tendency to bend in the most unexpected directions and occasionally even break. When that happens lives are forever changed, the forces of destinies altered, and fate derailed. The fluidity of time begins to take on an obscure meaning as the barrier between the two worlds fades into darkness.


Copy received from the author in exchange for an honest review.

OMG. I loved loved the whole series! The conclusion is just perfect. Ms Waddington did an amazing job.

Again I could not put it down once I started. And with a small baby reading is a challenge.

I really enjoyed the conclusion of the series. I liked Jocelyn in both of her life and even though she was different in both lifes you could see the resemblances between them. In here Jocelyn still finds support in Jackson and what I liked is that he did not change and was always there for her.

Jocelyn is hard not to like. Normally people like to be special, but she was genuinely happy for her family when they started to have the same gift as she did.

5 stars.


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